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Poster: adamelijah Date: Feb 12, 2011 4:40pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Stories of the Century & Man With A Camera

Well, if it shows up as a copyright renewal. Some tiles only show up in the database for companies issuing copyrights on their versions of the show, and still others show up as just list. You want to click on it and look at the description.

If it has something like this:

RE0000316337 / 1986-12-29
Renewal registration for: LP0000017015 / 1959-08-16 (in notice: 1958)

Than a copyright was renewed. If not, then it's something else and doesn't need to be worried about.

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Poster: jeffzkrazie Date: Feb 12, 2011 4:54pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Stories of the Century & Man With A Camera

Whoo this sure is confusing, hopefully I can get the hang of it and get some really good movies up on this site. I've got boxes full of Spaghetti Westerns, Blaxploitation Films, Film-Noirs and Juvenile Delinquent flicks that I would like to upload on here. For example - I searched for one Blaxploitation film entitled "Lady Cocoa (1975)" Two files came up but neither had anything about a Motion picture or anything on it. Does that mean there's no renewal for that movie? Lol, just give me some time and I'll get the complete hang of that website.

Oh, and btw, I uploaded the first episode of Man with a Camera.

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Poster: adamelijah Date: Feb 12, 2011 5:09pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: Stories of the Century & Man With A Camera

Well this really only works well for shows produced between 1950-64. If it was produced before 1950, you need to ask Video Cellar or more advanced users (though I assume this would be for a feature film). If it was made after 1964 and it had its copyright notices in order, than it is still copyrighted. To find out if there's a problem, ask a question on the board.